Once Callaway has put their hands on it, the C7 Corvette turns into the Callaway SC627 Corvette, a supercharged variation of the standard car with a few unique touches from the legendary Corvette builder. When Callaway pulled the wraps off of the car at the National Corvette Museum Bash in May, they only showed off a white example. However new photos of a Laguna Blue SC627 recently surfaced on Callaway’s Facebook page.
Thanks to an Eaton TVS2300 supercharger, which is also accompanied by a new three-element intercooler, the Callaway bumped the output of the Corvette’s 6.2-liter LT1 V8 from 460 horsepower to 627 horsepower. Torque also climbs by 145 lb-ft for a total of 610 lb-ft. Callaway also retuned the exhaust system for increased flow and added the company’s signature D-style exhaust tips, which have been enlarged for the SC627. Also available on the SC627 are Callaway-branded door sill panels, interior and exterior badging and a surround for the supercharger, which is now poking through the hood of the car.
We assume Callaway will expand on their SC627 tuning program for the C7 Corvette, considering how extreme they’ve gotten with other Corvettes in the past. In the meantime, check out the new photos of the SC627 here.